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SubjectRe: [RFC] e-mail clients
On Friday 08 September 2006 08:54, Hans-Peter Jansen wrote:
>Am Freitag, 8. September 2006 10:24 schrieb Jesper Juhl:
>> On 08/09/06, Victor Hugo <> wrote:
>> > As I've learned--most web-clients have a hard time sending text
>> > only e-mail without
>> > wrapping every single line (not very good for patches). Any
>> > suggestions about which client to use on lkml?? Pine?? Mutt??
>> > Thunderbird?? Telnet??
>> I personally use both 'pine' and 'kmail' and they both work perfectly
>> for sending patches.
>With kmail, you have control over line breaks with Option -> Wrap lines,
>which is useful for e.g. pasted syslog data, but remember to enable it
>before writing the message, since you have to manually add line breaks
>for the entered text too.
>Inlined patches should be added via Message -> Insert File to preserve
>line breaks and white space.
But be sure and turn word wrapping off before inserting the file, or
pasting (usually bad I might add). And my version of kmail wraps the
whole document if the wrapping is turned back on, as it is now. Which
makes it rather frustrating.

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